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Writing on the wall for print media
Writing on the wall for print media
Six hundred media workers lost their jobs in South Africa in the past 12 months. Those remaining are working at organisations that are struggling to...
SA print media 'needs to explore growth of African languages'
SA print media 'needs to explore growth of African languages'
"The industry needs to explore growth of African languages. Readers are hungry for news to be told in their mother tongue," said Mateza...
The writing is on the wall
The writing is on the wall
The boardroom battles and ownership of news media are in the political spotlight again. It is not so much their exposés of government officials...
Good news for print media ... in Latin America
Good news for print media ... in Latin America
The newspaper business, drained of readers and revenue and hounded by new online media in much of North America and Europe, is thriving in Latin...

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